Researchers develop first self-healing, electrically conducive, soft material
Carmel Majidi has engineered a soft material with metal-like conductivity and self-healing properties that, for the first time, can support power-hungry devices. Majidi's team introduced the material in three applications: a damage resistant snail-inspired robot.
Soft Grippers Can Handle Small and Delicate Parts With Greater Ease
This opens up new possibilities in robotic automation and even some cutting edge robotics applications. From injection molding to strawberries and even robotic surgeries, soft gripper technology is making it easier than ever before for robots to pick up anything.
Self-healing materials for robotics made from 'jelly' and salt
Researchers have developed self-healing, biodegradable, 3D-printed materials that could be used in the development of realistic artificial hands and other soft robotics applications.
Dancing with the Light: A New Way to Make Crystals Bend by Shining Light
Scientists propose a novel mechanism for inducing high-speed bending in thick crystals by heating them up with light
Toyota Research Institute Shares Design to Help Advance the Field of Soft Robotics
The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) is helping to accelerate the field of soft robotics by sharing the design source files and full build instruction for its innovative domestic robot hands.
Co-Learning of Task and Sensor Placement for Soft Robotics
Deep-learning technique optimizes the arrangement of sensors on a robot's body to ensure efficient operation.
The Incredible Potential of Soft Robotics
Alternatives to hard components hold potential for applications from surgery to space exploration
A Guide to Self-Healing Robots
More flexible materials are necessary for safer collaborative work alongside humans and delicate tasks usually performed by humans, such as picking fruit and vegetables or performing minor surgeries.
The Power of Adaptive Robotic EOAT
The challenge is that traditional robots have been designed to perform a single task extremely efficiently. But when the item or the task changes these traditional machines need to be reintegrated and reprogrammed.
A Step Closer to Self-Aware Machines - Columbia engineers create a robot that can imagine itself
Columbia Engineering researchers have made a major advance in robotics by creating a robot that learns what it is, from scratch, with zero prior knowledge of physics, geometry, or motor dynamics.
ASU's Southwest Robotics Symposium previews the new technology guiding the next wave of human-robot interaction
"We can rely on the brain of the human and the muscles, eyes and sense of touch of the robot in places where humans cannot, or should not, be," said Khatib. "For example, we will be able to safely repair underwater structures
"Robotics Skins" turn everyday objects into robots
Developed in the lab of Yale's Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio, NASA-inspired robotic skins enable users to turn soft objects - a stuffed animal or a foam tube, for instance - into robots.
Soft Multi-functional Robots Get Really Small
A new approach for fabricating soft materials at the millimeter scale paves the way to a new generation of flexible microrobots for medical and environmental tasks.
This Robot Has Soft Hands. It Could Be the Future of Sustainable Production
Traditional robots have been designed to perform a single task extremely efficiently. But when the item or the task changes, which is often the case with food, these traditional machines need to be reintegrated and reprogrammed
We have created electronic circuitry that is soft and stretchable and capable of spontaneously reforming electrical connections when the material is cut, torn, or punctured. It is made of microscopic droplets of liquid metal that are suspended in a soft silicone rubber.
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